In August 2013, a federal judge dismissed a class-action lawsuit filed against Apple for allegedly falsely advertising its MacBook Pro with Retina Display (rMBP).  Specifically, the complaint, which was filed in March 2013, alleges that Apple advertised the rMBP as having “the highest quality computer display” and “the world’s highest-resolution notebook display” when, in reality, one of the LCD screens used in the product is highly susceptible to performance flaws.  The judge dismissed the lawsuit because the plaintiffs did “not identify any affirmative misrepresentation made by Apple” and failed to show a likelihood of future injury. (Hodges et al. v. Apple, Inc., Case No. 13-cv-01128, N.D. CA.).

 


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TINA.org Reports Meal Kit Giant HelloFresh to FTC

MADISON, CONN. June 22, 2022 While millions of Americans struggle with rising food prices and empty store shelves, meal kit retailer HelloFresh advertises “delicious meals delivered to your door,” enticing consumers…


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